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Nehru Museum & Planetarium (Teen Murti Bhavan), New Delhi
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Combine the past with the future at Nehru Museum & Planetarium (Teen Murti Bhavan) and learn about the history of India's independence. Visit the former residency of the first prime minister of India which now houses historical artefacts and enjoy the art gallery that promotes young artists alongside masterpieces. If you prefer to look up than look back, visit the planetarium to gain knowledge about the universe and astronomy, and sit back to listen one of the lectures given by astronomers. Buy a book about your preferred topic at the shop in the building and bring back knowledge from the museum. To visit Nehru Museum & Planetarium (Teen Murti Bhavan) and other attractions in New Delhi, use our New Delhi itinerary maker.
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Located on the heart of the city is the Nehru Planetarium which is very informative about the space .Once one get into the planetarium and look at the kaleidoscope , it literally gives a feeling that ... read more »
It is a nice place for kids with the aspect of education. They screen a movie for about 40 minutes starting from bigbang, supernove and details of solar system. You have option of Hindi and English wi... read more »
Very informative shows. The planetarium is also well equipped and its a must go destination with Kids. Parking outside at owners risk. No availability of food inside campus so if you are with kids go ... read more »
The Nehru Planetarium situated on the grounds of 'Nehru Memorial Museum and Library' earlier known as "Teen Murti Bhavan" Residence of India's first Prime Minister . The planetarium is amongst the few in the world, which has frequently updated. The Doom shaped Sky Theatre shown at Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium is very popular and attract about more than 200,000 visitors per year. It is especially for small kids to learn about astronomy and space. new thing we learned about light pollution .
A very good place to have a deeper understanding of Modern Indian History and know our leaders more closely. Highly recommended to bring children to give a spark for space science in particular. Space show is a must see item!! Overall a very pleasant experience!!
A learning experience for kids. One should not miss. But... don't buy anything from the canteen. They sell things on double price.
Well this is the place you can't miss when you are in mumbai.... they have good show about stars and planets at regular intervals.. although new topics should be included now as past topics are still goin on ,,, but overall good visit for kids as well..
Very poorly maintained. Projector brightness is very low (may be bulbs have not been replaced for a long while). It was hard to see colours most of the time. One projector was not even working leaving an empty patch on the screen. The seats were hard to push back, especially for the children. Lastly most of the program was screened on one side, without any such information. Hall was empty so we could relocate in the dark. But what's the point. At least they could have announced to sit appropriately! Bangalore planetarium much better than NCR!
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